How to Stop Wage Garnishment in California with Bankruptcy?
If you are struggling with wage garnishment in California, filing for bankruptcy may be the best solution. By filing for bankruptcy, you can stop wage garnishment and get your finances back on track. Here is how to stop wage garnishment in California with bankruptcy:
1. File for bankruptcy.
When you file for bankruptcy, an automatic stay goes into effect. This means that all collection activity, including wage garnishment, must stop. If you want to keep your wages from being garnished, you will need to file for bankruptcy.
2. Get a court order.
Once you have filed for bankruptcy, you will need to get a court order granting the automatic stay. This court order will tell your employer to stop withholding your wages. Once you have this court order, your wage garnishment will stop.
3. Make payments on time.
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